ACQUINITY CONTINUES TO SIGN YOUNG BOXERS
Press Release: Acquinity Sports has signed United States amateur Albert "Prince" Bell to to an exclusive promotional contract. The 20-year-old Bell, fighting out of Toledo, Ohio, will campaign in the featherweight division. He captured gold medals in the 132-pound class at the 2011 National PAL and 2012 National Golden Gloves tournaments. The 6-foot boxer fell short of qualifying for a position on the 2008 U.S. Olympic Boxing Team, losing in the trials to the eventual lightweight Olympian, Jose Ramirez. As an amateur, Bell defeated boxers who are undefated pros, such as Toka Kahn-Clary (5-0), Kendo Castaneda (3-0) and Pedro Duran (1-0). Acquinity also recently signed Mexican super bantamweight Moises "El Chuky" Flores (18-0, 13 KOs). The 26-year-old Flores hasn't fought outside of Mexico during his 4 ½ year pro career, but is coming off a second-round knockout of Rodolfo Hernandez (24-3-1) in February.